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Skinny Samoa Shake Recipe

So, some of you might be getting a little tired of my milkshake recipes but I can’t help it!  I have been on a milkshake craze lately!  I am loving them!  With each of them only ~100 calories per serving, I am having them daily!  So, on my quest to replicate the Girl Scout cookie of skinny shakes (like I have done with the Thin Mint Shake)… let me introduce you (drum rolls) to the (sound of trumpets): Skinny Samoa Shake!!!   (Ooooh’s Aaaah’s)  Yes folks, I have really outdone myself this time!  This is by far my favorite one.  I can not wait for my peeps out there to try it and tell me what you think.  So fire up your blender… here it is:

Skinny Samoa Shake
Ingredients
1/2 cup of nonfat cottage cheese
2 Tbs of sugarfree chocolate instant Jello pudding mix
1/4 tsp coconut extract (1/2 tsp if you like it real coconuty)
1 Tbs Hersey’s carmel syrup
1 cup ice
1 cup water (less water if you prefer a thicker shake)
Directions
1.  Combine all ingredients and blend until the ice is completely chopped and has the milkshake consistency.
2.  Split into 2 glasses and drink this delicious concoction with delight knowing how FEW calories it contains!
Makes 2 Servings

1 Serving = 76 calories (13g Carbs, 0g Fat and 7g Protein)

The base ingredient of this recipe is from www.dashingdish.com, I added the flavor twist.

What Girl Scout cookie should I try next?! 

Anonymous

Monday 6th of July 2015

A thought. Maybe an alternative option could be half a scoop of a chocolate protein powder OR half scoop of a chocolate meal replacement powder (full of vitamins). This might have less calories than the Jello, albeit sugarfree, in most cases. And more nutritious.

Anonymous

Monday 6th of July 2015

I found this just after making the DashingDish recipe this morning. I have pondered how to reduce the calories in those terrific recipes...I believe you are omiting the protein powder and changing the serving size to two because your recipes are intended to be child-appropriate?? And/or an adult "snack" rather than a meal replacement??Thanks for the recipes!

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